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37.5 mm SVL. Nostrils very enlarged (hence the specific epithet megarhinus), long snout, elongated limbs (meeting when adpressed), long tail, moderate webbing. Nasolabial protuberances well-developed. Males have numerous maxillary teeth and a well-developed mental gland. Coloration dark brown to light reddish brown, sometimes with two dorsolateral stripes running from the posterior corner of the upper eyelid to the tip of the tail. A white interocular bar may be present. An indistinct dark triangular marking may be visible on the head, with the base between the eyes and the apex pointing toward the snout tip. Belly more pigmented in juveniles and males (Rabb 1960; Raffaëlli 2007).


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